Great sampling of Arts and artisans in a cool building. Glass to wood to textiles. A little bit of history and a fun restaurant too!
First off my gps could not find this place for some reason and then trying to find parking was challenging. The actual building has very little of it's historical things left in it, but still neat to think of it being around so long. The selection of locally made products was impressive and I was able to find some nice... More
A must visit for someone who wants to see how paintings are done and different scenes visualized. The paintings were very good and the photos even better. I will be bringing my daughter here as she likes to paint a lot.
Housed in an old wear house in old down town. The restaurant and bar on the ground floor serves up a variety of good food. The waiters do a very good job and are very courteous. The top floors hold crafts from local crafters and artisans. Parking around the restaurant is not ver good.
The Wheeling Artisan Center is a nice stop when visting Wheeling, WV. It is surrounded by lots of little antique and other speciality shops. We spent the better part of the day going in and out of the shops and talking with the local baker connected to the Artisan Center. Try the cookies and soup! It was a nice day... More
Another destination in any Wheeling stop that I highly recommend. It is more for adults as far as I could see, and plan to walk around for an hour or two to view all the crafts and historical exhibits. There was an old fashioned brewery pub on the first floor that I did not go in but it looked enticing,... More
As a boy sent here to retrieve "Colemans fish"on Fridays as a youth,there is always something to see,eat,shop,experience an original concept of a well developed Market-House from the 19th century.Colemans is still there and growing throughout the state,and still as good,famous to our area.As well,you owe it to yourself to visit the "Lebanese Bakery" a block east,been there since the... More
if they didnt have host people to help then i think people would have a promblem so get yourself a host
Good food in the restaurant on the first floor. The upper floors really only come to life during the Celtic Festival.
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